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W HjJ;ALT LAKE 7R1BUNI, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1913. 9 .
Ml f ED LIS
Ls at Farmers' Round
Pvote Attention to Al
pfaand Garden Crops.
m'l rh. Tribune
W M : -Thomas Woolford.
RS'.UI tho' government usrloul
Prtrin work In Canada and a
Pft,c l'rovfre of Alberta.
SfL jt thc roundup;o,lay
MF. a more effective enforco
firrf the state regarding
W1 1 'iJwsed the damage done
.k Wo ways I" whlch incy
ti! r,m!natcd. Other speakers
H5.fSc connected with
Wof 'A and pardon crops,
iPt iiw-Itial lectures being1 de
H:tjTlD. Uatchelor, the ex
VS r Tlius delivered an illus
fttf.it. nn the alfalfa weevil that
fe, Scrs greatly, since
LPJfffiJdtolriclH tliey represent aro
Rjfitb that pest.
Kj Bigger Crops.
mLj C. Jlogcnson's talk on potato
E, n! one of tlie good things of
WFiXn He (old of results at
JKrioiato growing In Idaho and
K&t X'lah I' J8t jib wel and even
'Eilio'td for potato culture than
mWnUoa on- north. Jn Utah the
WtZ avtragce from HO to 100
K acrc, whereas It should be
Suu 100. Many of the farmers,
Wi hire tried seed selection and
jR,TKiierfJ wii tlioy did not get
"Miar'U- They had obtained their
7"ciny 'ases from Colorado,
ivernge production per acre
KKror fifty luiiflicls lower than our
RDtTUlks fprnkcr's answer,
rlw J"" Jo50" treated the potato
Wt. tnn as potato "rosette," ex
3lfcyl!i Inception and Its cure by
mw Taoas VooIford. for many
iWlljpifts'Jent of Alberta, Canadn. and
'lltoai trl'.b l!ic government cxlen
Ijt'Kft iliirc talked on woods, urg-
iiV-tleUns of the state a a to weeds
'I f at tlTft lively enforced. Most of
1 iCxwa nas spent in Inspecting
1 thrjek oa the college farm.
Siey in Gardening.
lKyL D. Catchelor talked on lntcii
feprftclsc nnd showed the farmers
ii-tlr can obtain live times as
rlto their acreage as thoy are
Bpltkr by cultivating garden crops.
'jit dlr and Ogdcn can handle a
fe&nt amount of Mich stuff, and
W!ilwa ready market not far
ft Tct quality of all hnrdy vogo
k t ld, grown In tills region
iMbj turiuftied, and with proper
ptaslrtn to marketing, there Is a.
Hjtf money to be made by Utah
fc& tjniHkeopcr conference Mrs.
E. Cwk delivered a coinprohen
tyvtu on shirtwaist and skirt
K vr Haronce Snow of Salt Lake
to he present at tho con
oi toijy but failed to get here,
.null -fhilcd for this evening
JjWm off remise of the "Damon
tliJl the Klrls of the college
II BE IDENTIFIED
Blikc Woman Believes It
I?? Be Thai of Missing
m&Z Vih 8.-Ueputy Sheriff A.
Mmuncl 'oduv tIUi the skele-
t.,t11(,Ur,,1, Wfls discovered on
few , nre Saturday by Ar
Sn .t' aitocuhenlur Complete
ffttlt L ' r?!!n!,K M,e Identity of
B wJLSr,,c,n,.K bell0Vl- was niur-
Ut ClV' tl"- slierlffs office
SffWrw e V0"Id 'nnu' out
Jfl I tljt uie ?1:ul! S crushed lust
lBWerVr On.""1" Was," vl,-,lni
. lift oil fh uAU,'ollSl' Hiore waH
3 nS. n .'l' HOme o them
bcen left whore
SK'Sfe "f rock eight miles
fcq L a o on the Western
Jt)0ut I'nlf a mile from the
feil 15 Incllnod to believe
TEflillS BF COAL
MUD TO 8E PRDVD
Fund to Buy Right of Way
From Spanish Fork Canyon
Special to Tho Tribune.
PJtOVO, Feb. 3. Provo is now prac
tically assured of thc western terminus
of the Utah Railroad company's pro
jected road to tap tlie coal fields of
Emery county, a meeting of tho right-of-way
committee and the finance com
mittee recently appointed by the local
Commercial club to investigate tho possi
bility of having thc tcrmmus hero re
ported to the club tonight.
Originally the road was to havo its
terminus at Spanish Fork. AVhen the local
businedif men Interviewed the promoters
of thc road they were told thut tho route
would bo changed to go through Mapleton
and Springvllle and end at Provo, pro
viding thoso towns would pay for tho
right of way from the mouth of Spanish
Fork canyon, a distance of about twelve
Tho first estimated cost of tho right
of wuy was 50,000 and thc finance com
mittee of the local club began soliciting
subscriptions for the fund. They enr-oun-torcd
some difficulty on account of tho
fact, that there wius no absolute assur
ance aa to the exact i-ost of thc right
of way. Some believed that If the cost was
to bo too high thoy would not care to
support the proposition.
The railroad company's right of way
agent, II. S. Kerr, who has been work
ing with tho right-of-way committee,
made a detailed report of the cost to
night. The exact cost will be $M.187.fiO.
Deeds for most of tlie land needed have
already been prepared for nlgnaturc and
the finance committee of thc local club
feels confident now that, with tho assist
ance of residents of SpriiiKvlllc and
Mapleton. the fund can be quickly raised.
More than S12.000 has already been sub
scribed. Thc flnanco committee will "begin a
vigorous campaign at once to secure
Provo's portion of thc fund. Officials
of thc road will Immediately begin sign
ing up for tho right of way nnd grading
work will be started at an enrly date.
The heaviest expense In grading will come
In a four-mile stretch In Springvllle.
where there are many cuts and fills to
be made. The four-mile stretch be
tween here and Springvllle will be Joint
ly used bv tho coal road and the Orem
electric rond, which Is being built into
this valley from Salt Lake.
"Will Attempt to Have Elk Pre
serve Established in "Dry
Special to Thc Tribune.
iiliVGITAM. Feb. 3. The Bingham
Commercial club held its annual election
of officers tonight. The following' mem
bers were selected to direct tho affairs
of the organization for the ensuing year:
President. C. 12. Adderley; vice presi
dent, A. Walter ICoehler; treasurer, C. F.
Peeler: secretary. F. W. Quinn: direc
tors, George Chandler, Jr., Judge B. R.
Dudley, Victor lickhm. Dr. A. L-. Ingles
by and John IT. Deery. Secretary Quinn
was ro-electod for tho fourth consecutive
A movement was started by the rotlr
Ing president, George Dwycr, to have an
elk preserve established in Dry canyon.
Thc club appointed a committee to con
fer with Commissioner Fred V. Cham
bers of thts state fish and game depart
ment to see whether an allotment of five
of the herd of elk which the state Is to
gel from Jackson IIolc can be secured.
Deputy Game Warden A. L,. Heaslon
talked on tho subject and said that he
believed it ought to be possible, bocausu
tho canyon Is the only practical location
for an oik range in Suit ,ake county.
I. 11. Masters of Provo,, a member of
tho club, Introduced a resolution sugffost
Ing that tho club go on record na favor
ing the adoption of a 3-ccnt-a-mlle rail
road fare in Utah. The resolution was
passed and the club, through its officers,
will recommend that a 1)511 to that effect
bo Introduced in the legislature through
UcpreHcntatlve David Cook.
that the mnn was murdered elsewhere
and the body carried to tho lonely spot
to got rid of it. Not a stitch of clothes
could bo found anywhere around, and if
the body had boon clothed when brought
there como of the remnants, at least,
should have been found. It is believed
that the clothes were removed to further
conceal the Identity of tho man In case
of discovery. Tlie only means of iden
tification are tho fillings in nine of the
FOR THE BOWELS
Oascarct Users Never Have
Biliousness or Side
It is more necessary that vou koop
your J3owcIh, Iiver and StomaV.h clean,
puro and fresh thau it is to Keep the
Mjwora and drainage of a large city free
Are you krophiu clean inside with
Casoarets or merely fureintr a passage
way every feu- days with salts, en
; thnrtic pills or castor oil f This is im
portant. Cnsearots immediately cleanse and
regulate tho stomach, remove the sour,
undigested and fermcnlini: food ami
foul cases; take, the excess bile from
thc liver and earn- out of tho system
the constipated waste matter and peson
iu the intestines and bowels.
2so odds how badlv nnd upset you
feel, a Cascarot tonight will straighten
you out by morning. Thoy work while
vou sloop. A 10-cent box from youi
druggist wil lccep your head clear,
Htotnaeh sweet and 3'our livor and bow
els regular for montliH. Don't forgot
tho children their little insides need a
(,'ood, gentle cleansing, too.
WILEY WITS IDAHO
Suggests Erection of Monu
ment to Memory of Spon
sor of Pure Food Law.
Special lo Tho Tribune.
HOISE, Ida-. Fob. 3. Dr. Harvey W.
Wiley, tho famous- pure food expert, fa
vors the erection of a monument in Idaho
In commemoration of tho services of tho
late Weldon B. Heyburn, responsible for
the present pure food laws on thc na
tion's statute books. In an Interview
given here today Dr. Wiley said:
"I want to see the state of Idaho
erect a monument to the memory of
Senator Heyburn, that able representa
tive from the Gem state, who, after ono
of the greatest and hardest lights ever
mado In the United States senate, se
cured the passage of the pure food bill,
and who, after thc bill bad been passed,
was thc bulwark around which centered
the storm for its enforcement I want
to see engraved beneath that monument
the inncriptlon: 'His greatest work for
humanity was securing tho passage of tho
national puro food law.' "
Dr. Wiley arrived In Boise this morn
ing nnd was a guest of honor at a noon
luncheon at which a numbor of physi
cians and other professional and busi
ness men wore present and at which he
made a short Informal talk.
FIRE IN POCATELLO.
Business Section Is Threatened When
Mooney Bulldlnq 'b Destroyed.
Special to The Tribune.
POCATELLO, Idaho, Feb. 3. Fire,
which began at 4 o'clock this morning,
entirely destroyed tho Mooney building,
for years known an tho "office" saloon
building. The structure- was located on
North Main street botwoen tho Hub store
nnd tho Carlyle hotol and was occupied
by Fred Stedtfcldl's restaurant, tho
Mooney & Stokes cigar store and Lou
Frcburg's soft drink parlor. Tho build
ing was a frame structure and had boon
partially burned three limes before. Three
years ago It was nractlcally burned to tho
ground but was rebuilt.
Intonso flames broke the window panes
in tho Hub Btoro, Carlylo hotel. Orphoum
theater, Wirtz bakery, Trapp cigar store
and several timet; the3o buildings wore
on fire. A general fire was prevented by
tho heroic work of the firemen. It took
two hours of hard work to control tho
flames. One of the main cable lines of
thc telephone company was dostroyed and
a Western Union telegraph wire snapped.
Mose- Johnson, an inebriated switchman,
was arrested for looting cigars and cigar
ettes from the building.
REID IN BRIGHAM CITY.
Marketlno Expert Telle Growers and
Packers They Must Be Honest.
Special to The Tribune.
BRIGHAM CITV, Feb 3. A represen
tative gathering of fruitgrowers of this
city and county met in the opera house
this afternoon to hear a lecture on fruit
marketing organizations which was given
by J. Arthur Held of Lob Angeles. Mr.
Reld, who spoke at the farmers roundup
In Txjgan Saturday, 1b ono of tho fore
most marketing experts in the country
It was duo largely to his efforts that the
California growers exchange was built
up to Its present efficiency.
Mr- Unld followed tho lines of his lec
ture at Logan, placing particular stress
upon tho necessity of honesty amonnr tho
growers and packers. Ho Is making a
lecture tour of the principal fruit centers
of the state under tho direction of the
agricultural extension division. He went
from here In Ogden. He is accompanied
by Dr. K. G. Peterson, director of tho
extension work of tho agricultural college.
WILL ERECT SCHOOL. -
Bulldincj Needed at Thatcher Will Bo
Opened Next Fall.
Special to Tho Tribune
BRIGHAM. CITY". Feb. 3. The board or
education nt Its last meeting authorized
thc eroctlon of a school building nt
Thatcher to be comploted bv tho tlmu
school opons next autumn. In this dis
trict, it Is said, tho students have been
hnnled to a nearby settlement to attend
school, and on account of tho Increosed
school iV'PUlntlon of Thatcher, it was
found nccessarv to hnvo a building there.
Tho people of Thatcher are dcslroim of
having- a gymnasium in their new .build
ing and thov have offered to do tho ex
cavating if the board will Include a base
ment in the plans for tho school. Tho
people of Thatcher were represented by
a committee composed of Axel Borgatrom.
D. IS. Adams and Nels C. Carlson. Tho
board of education accopteel tho offer of
tho committoo to excavate. Tho archi
tect wna Instructed to Include a basement.
Potofllco Business Increases.
Special to Thc Tribune.
BRIGHAM CITV, Fob. S. Rect'lnts of
tho Brlgham Posloffice, according to
POHtmactor L. W. Andoraon. show a
healthy growth ovor 1011, and oach quar
ter during tho year shows an incrcnoo ox- I
ceptlng the Inst quarter, nnd this fell off
but il". Tho figures for the four quar
ters nrn an follows: First. 31802.20: sec
ond. S2470.no; third. $2313.13; fourth,
$2432.15. making a total of S90S3.S0 for the
vear, or an increase of $800 over the
business of 1011.
Heavy Suow in Missouri.
ST. LOUIS, Feb. 3. Tha heaviest
snow of tho winter now covors eastern
Missouri. Three and n half Inches fell
hero last night and, at noon today It bo
sun snowing again, with prospects of
continuing tho rent of. tho day.
Miss Carroll McComas, leading lady with Donald Briar in "The Siren,"
Salt Lake theater, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
IT ha3 been often remarked about
dainty little Carroll McComas. who
will be seen here as loading woman for
Donald Brian In "The Siren." that she
has a distinctly masculine given name.
Miss McComas readily admits this fact,
and adds that her full baptismal title
is doubly so.
. She was christened Charles Carroll
.McComas. That she has reason to be
proud of this name can readily be seen
when Miss McComas points out that she
Is a lineal descendant of Charles Car
roll. Any of us who have followed our
history recall that when Charles Carroll
signed tho Declaration of Independence
it was pointed out that he was more
or less safe In doing so by reason of the
fact that there were numerous Carrol Is
Idaho Legislature Also Con
sidering Establishment, of
Special to The Tribune- J
BOISE. Idiu. Fob. 3. The .senate of tho I
twelfth Idaho leglslaturo was today
swept by a wave of economy, and re
trenchment, which carried with it thc
Job of distributing clerk at general elec
tions In this stale.
At the same time the upper house went
on record as in favor of the "Kenyon
Sheppard" bill, pending before congress,
and thoreby gave tho "weta" an Insight
as to thc "dryness" of that body. Tho
restilt will bo the introduction of a
stalo-widc prohibition bill this session.
Thc Ferguson bill, providing for county
usslstnnco for tho burial of old soldiers,
passed the senate, as did also a measuro
providing for tho filing of affidavits? for
work dono on mining claims.
The hou3o adopted a motion of tho
county lines committee that the St. Joe
county division bill should not pass, but
the representatives refused to kill tho
measure so suddenly and doclded that
inasmuch as tlie rules of the houso aro
not clear tho rules of congress, giving
tho author of a bill throe days In which
to recall a committee report, should be
Many new bills were introduced, among
tho more Important of which wero a
revenue and taxation measure revising
tho revenue laws of tho state; an appro
priation bill cnlllng for state nld for thc
Albion Normal school to the extent of
$15,000, $30,000 and $35,000 respective
ly: a measure appropriating $1500 for tho
construction of a bridge across tho Snako
river between Lincoln and Twin Falls
Representative Hunt of Fremont coun
ty Introduced a substitute bill for tho
creation of Madison county out of what
Is at prcsont Fremont county in south
Victor O. Johnson of Shoshone today
made a strong appeal bofore an open
. meeting of tho legislature for a railroad
and public utilities commission. Former
Governor Gooding alBO apoke in behalf
of tho measuro. which la ponding before
the house- committee.
Noison Will Talk.
A. C. Nelson, state superintendent of
publio instruction, will leave Thursday for
Is'cphl. wlicro ho will deliver an address
lo the teachers' Institute. Thc superin
tendent yesterday enld that ho was not
In his regular oratorical condition, as ho
had listened to so much eloquence from
tho agents of firms selling text books
lhat he had lost twenty pounds in the
DANGER OF CONSUMPTION
LIES IN NEGLECT
No More Dangerous Than Any Other Dis
ease If Taken In Time.
People who have Consumption sacriflco
their lives necdloHaly If they give up and
take it for granted that nothing can bo
dono for mem.
Consumption, it has been demonst rated
in Europe, can be overcome even in Uh
worst stages, and while now lung tissue
cannot be formed, what remains can bo
protected ngotnBt thu ravages of the tu
One of tho leading preparations In car
rying on this fight in Europe is Slrolln, a
preparation Imported Into this country
lately In largo quantities to assist In tho
Those suffering from Consumption or
weak lungs should not fall to secure tho
aid of Sirolln to aaslst them back to
Information about Slrolln win bo se
cured In this country from the Slrolln Co.,
228 West Broadway, Now York City.
Sohramm-Johnson. Drugs, "Tho Never
Substltutors " tlvo (5) pood stores, and
all leading druggists are recommending
and distributing Slrolln with conpldvrablo
in those active and aggressive Colonial
days. Lest there should be any ques
tion of the Identity Charles Carroll
signed the famous document of Ameri
can Independence, "Charles Carroll of
Little Miss McConfas is tho daughter
of Judge Charles Carroll McComas, who
originally hailed from Baltimore, Md.
That is the home of the famous Car
rolls, and tlie. Carrollton recorded in
American history is but a suburb of that
city. As a young lawyer. Charles Car
roll McComas went to California in thc
pioneer days and eventually been me a
Judge of the supreme court of that state.
His daughter was educated in Los An
geles and later graduated from the Van
Ness seminary in San Francisco.
SALT LAKE "100 Tears of Mormon
Ism." Moving-picture spectacle,
today at 3:30 and S'30 p. m.
COLONLVL William Kelly and stock
company In "Thc Greyhound." All
the week. Matinees Thursday and
OHPHEUM Advanced vaudeville.
Performances every afternoon and
EMPiRESS Vaudeville. Performance
every afternoon and two perform
ances at night.
A N Immense audience gathered at the
Salt Lake theater last night to Bee
a scries of motion pictures depicting the
history of the Mormon church. "One
Hundred Years of Mormonlsm" is tho
title under which the producers crowd
numerous Incidents, from tha Infancy of
Joseph Smith to the founding of Salt
Lako City and Its growth Into a popu
About 150 persons appear to havo taken
part In the preparation of the films. G000
feet of which aro used. The storv Is di
vided into two parts, the first "opening
with tho founder of Mormonlsm aa a
baby In his parents' home at Sharon,
Windsor county. Vermont. Later he Is
seen working In tho fields. The angel
credited with having revealed to him
the hiding place of the golden plates ap
pears several times, guiding the first
president of tho church in tho llndlng
and translating of tho plates.
When tho platos havo been translated,
Moroni is seen to gradually materialize
from tho vacant air, pick up tho plates
and fado with them into nothlngnoss.
Tho part of the angel is enacted by a
lean and somewhat wiry man. When ho
gave Smith tho urlm and thummlm,
which enabled the young farmer to pene
trate tho hidden meaning of tho Inscrip
tions, the audience last night applauded
Tho scene In tho cottage where tho
church was organised 1b enacted. Then
comes a succession of vlsclssltudes and
persecutions, given In spectacular and
realistic detail When baptism is at
tempted tho Mormons aro mobbed and
Joseph Smith Is arrested for Inciting the
riot. They aro driven from place to place.
Tho burning of Mormon homes Is shown.
Finally, at Carthage, Mo where tho
founder him boon Imprisoned, a mob sur
rounds the Jail, which Is Inadequately
protected, and Smith Is murdered.
The second part shows tho advent of
Brlgham Young as president of tho
church. Preparations for tho long Jour
ney across tho plains- aro made. The
Mormons disposo of their homes. Ono
exchanges a houso worth 13000 for a
team of horses and a wagon. Somebody
presents Brlgham Young with a horoe.
The caravan Is soon on the prnlric
and blazing tho trail through thick
brush and acrosor treacherous streams j
and suffering the liardshlps which have
been so frequently recounted. On tho
wny the emigrant train meets a trapper,
who advises President Young to take his
people to Oregon. This causes a division
in the ranks, but In the end tho advice
of tho leader prevails.
Young falls sick and haa to bo carried
In n. wagon. Ho continues to direct tho
train, however. When a vlow of Salt
Lako valley, aa observed by tho van of
tho company from Emigration canyon,
was given the audience, recognizing the
fnmlllar land, was profoundly Impressed.
The teams nnd emigrants arc seen de
scending the mountain side. Brlgham
Young looks out over tho flat and de
clares. "Thin is the place" Tho train
moves Into the valley and a camp is
President Young selects tho site for tho
temple, driving a staff Into tho ground
to mark thc spou Tho city of Salt Lako
has been started. Tho reel concludes with
a few views of thc modorn city.
The above Is a concise- account of what
the pictures show. Great earu in ar
ranging faithful reproduction Is mani
fest. Tho subject of polygamy Is ignored
Tho following theater notice aro
marked "advertisement" In order to
comply with a strict Interpretation of
the new federal newspaper law. In
no sense aro they paid advertise
ment's. They aro items furnished by
the press acents of tho various
Tho annual Orpheum Road Show is
proving the magnet which this week Is
drawing tho lovers of modern vaudeville
to thc State, street home of thu two-a-lday.
Th how la strorur in comody
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numbers that carry good dialogue, sing
ing and dancing turns which are out
of tho beaten track. Among the hilari
ous oddities Is the offering of Clark and
Hamilton who label their offering "A
Way wti rd Conceit." Bert Clark proves
to be an English comedian with orig
inal methods all his own and a line of
airy persiflage that is refreshing in Its
characteristic Insular turns and twists.
Miss Hamilton is a. stately daughter or
Albion's Isle, who has nothing much to
do but sing one song and look bowltch
Manager Sutton of tho Empress has
certainly made good his promise to his
patrons that the present week's bill
would be one of tho best of the entlro
season. Theatergoers took kindly to his
statement and havo so demonstrated by
their record patronage this week. Tho
present week's bill will close with the
regular threo dally performances today,
and tomorrow will aoe an entirely new
bill Inaugurated "beginning with the regu
lar matinee. "The Macy Model3." "Thc
Picchianl Troupe," Miss Gertrude Gcbest.
Gaylord and Herron. Milt Arnsman, the
Throe Lorettas and Pathc's instructive
and interesting review will bo seen for
tho InBt time tonight
The popularity of roller skating was
evidenced at tho opening sessions of the
Auditorium rink on Richards street
when hundreds of devotees of the little
wheels glided over the big floor to the
music of Montgomery's hand. Yester
day Manager George Derr brought In
from Saltair 150 more pairs of skates
and from tho present outlook another
supply will be needed soon.
JCext week there will bo two special
school parties and also match races for
girls and boys, as well as a couple race.
Arrangements are being comploted for a
big mask carnival on February 14. St,
Valentine's day, when there will bo a
special musical programme, racoP, fancy
skating and other features. Couple
races for the city ohnmplonship will also
be among tho attractions within tho next
week or two.
Seats will be placed on salo this
morning for the engagement of Donald
Brlnn in Charles Frohman's elaborate
production of the romantic operetta,
"The Siren." at the Salt Lake theater
beginning Thursday night and continu
ing the remainder of tho weok with a
motlneo on Saturday.
In "The Greyhound." which he Is pro
ducing at the Colonial, William J. Kelly
has found ono of tho best modern
thrillers thc American stage has had In
a good many years. It. Is a detoctlve
story, written by Paul Armstrong and
Wilson Mlzncr, and llvo of Its six scones
take place on board a great trans
Atlantic steamer bound from Now York
to England. Mr. Kelly Is playing tho
role of McSherry, tho detective, and Miss
Marie Baker, tho new character woman
with the company, has scored a blc hit
In tho role of Deep Sea Kitty. Edith
Lyle, Mr. Kelly's now leading woman, Is
due to arrlvo In Salt Lake today and
rehearsals will 1)0 started Immediately on
next week's show.
At the Mehcsy theater five pictures
are being shown today. Tlie Thanhausor
company presents two "His Uncle's
Wives," a comedy, and "Seven Ages of
Alligators," an educational feature pic
ture of interest.. "Regretted Resigna
tion," a comedy, Is supplomented by "The
Pearl of the Adriatic," a beautiful scenic
picture. Both are by tho Gaumont com
pany. "Harry's Lesson" S3 a comedy
drama by the Majestic company.
Applications for Wator.
Two applications, for water wore psado
yesterday to tho state engineer. One waa
"from tho Emery Water Canal & Reser
voir company of Emery, whloh desires
300 acre feet from the middle fork of
Muddy creek In Sanpete county. The
other was from Mrs. Ruby S. Shelly of
Goshen, who asks for two second feet
from Utah luke Jn Utah county,
Bed -Wetting Cured
in Ten Days.
URI-STOP WILL OURE
Don't wait for Children to Outnrow the
Trouble Start Them Tnklna Url
Bed-wetting, with all Its disagreeable
effect, can bo cured If i;lvm prompt
attention. This lq a disease, and overy
parent should assist their children to ef
fect a euro by procuring for them Url
Stop. The wonderful success realized b
this remedy seems little short of marve
lous, and many aims havo been ef
fected in Salt Lake City.
Bed-wottlng Is not u local trouble
alone, but It Is a disease embracing the
entlro urinary syslom as well us tho
bladder and kldnoyn. Url-Stop is put up
In tablet form pure and harmless. Easily
taken bv thc mott delicate child. Mall
orders filled by tho manufacturers.
Price, $1.00. Write for free advice to tho
Boettgor Chemical Co.. Mfrs., Peoria. III.,
who aro so confident of the curative pow
ers of Uri-Stop that thoy agree to refund
your money If you are not benefited
aft Br a careful trial.
On sale and recommended by Schramni
Johncon. Dnms, "Tho Never Subhtltu
torK," flvo (0) good stores (Adfertlne-menL)
Good Men Needed. j
Tlie United Slates civil servclcc corn- I ft
mission has announced examinations for H
the following, complete. Information of B
which can bo secured at the federal i n
buildlnpr and which will take place hi the !R
near future: Junior topographer, exam- I g
Iner of surveys, nsslstant in forest mini- t jt
itgement, assistant In xylotomy, Iltho- t
graphic transferror, meat inspector, aid 1 n
in coast and geodetic survey, assistant H
steam engineer, first-class steam on- I m
glnecr, engineer and plumber, raechani- I
clan, temporary topographic aid. J B
Matinee Today 3:30 j'f
TONIGHT S&S ' I
The most thrilling sensational film '-
ever produced. -.?'
1 00 yofrs MORMON ISM :il
Historically correct. Burning of
Mormon vlllanc. Hundreds of norao-
men, oxen, Indians, mllltln, mobs, . '
Prices 15c, 26c, 35c, 50c. Boxes 78c.
Thurs,, Frl. and Sat. and Saturday -
Mat., Charles Frohman Presents ;'.-f
Donald Brian in The Siren
Best of all the Musical Comedies,
BRILLIANT SUPPORTING mm
SALE TODAY. S
!' ; I This Week.
i;' 'felilPf Mats Thura, 'IBS
and Sat. jj
ea&rLA-- Reg. Colo- 3 tjfcr
Tdft nlal prlws. Ig -uity
m l JLlUlP I Next yoetc f
Ejj Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Man jj pkj
Phone Wasatch 35eft. ifU
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE. MM
ALL THIS WEEK WIBi
THE ORPHEUM ROAD SHOW g
Bert Clark nnd Mabel Hnmllton t
Slnnor Travato. fjf
McCormack and Wallace.
Oscar and Suzette. Brlce and Gonna. Mf
Ruby Raymond and Bobby Heatr?
Frunk Gordon and Roso Klnley. ft K
ORPHEUM DAYLIGHT MOTION tM a
PICTURES JU n
CONCERT ORCHESTRA 1$ V
PRICES Matinee Dally. 15o. 55a, Sfre. j p
Night. 26c COc 73c U M
Greater Advanced Vaudeville. .
John B. Hymer'a. $10,000 ' l'i
production, "Tho Macy t
TorAV Models." New York's '
today Tho Gay WnUo way." y lt
(7) "Picchianl Troupe" (7) I Ijl
2i30 Gnylord and Herron. Oor- ftM
7:30 trude Gebest. Tho Three ' frl. ..
9:15 Lorettas. Milt Arnsman. I "&tf '
Pathc's Weekly. Empress! .iSJ-7
Orchestra. 1 .j'ff4
Regular 30c Matinee Dally a I r' fl'l
Empress 20c 500 LUCl '',"''
Prlr.cs 10o Parquet Seats. H
tVlEHESY THEATRE M
5 pictures toda - 32 l
"HIS UNCLE'S WIVES," 'j I
comedy, and - mm fl
"SEVEN AGES OF THH t QH
ALLIGATOR." i igfjfl
educ.itlon.il. both by tha i MM1
Thnnhauser Co. 1 WW
"HARRY'S LESSON," BBS
a comedy drama. jflffilt
The younncr set will "sit ud and take f$jffl
"REGRETTED RESIGNATION." ; v f 5
a comedy, and
"THE PEARL OF THE ADRIATIC." '
a scenic picture by the Gaumo,nt Co. i
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